Peeling the Onion of Auditory Processing Disorder: A Language/Curricular-Based Perspective

Conclusion: At the heart of the article is the question of what is (or are) the most effective way(s) to treat problems defined as “auditory” in nature. The article concludes with 10 suggestions that remind clinicians to consider the usefulness of viewing auditory processing problems as isolated events that can be “fixed.” Practical guidelines for creating authentic and functional intervention targets at school-age levels are also provided.

from Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools

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